Keren Omry is senior lecturer at the University of Haifa, Israel. In addition to her book, Cross-Rhythms: Jazz Aesthetics in African-American Literature (Bloomsbury, 2008) her more recent work has appeared in journals such as Science Fiction Studies, Paradoxa, and CR: The New Centennial Review, on topics ranging from gender and posthumanism, through hip hop aesthetics in speculative fiction, to Israeli/Palestinian futurisms. She is co-editor of Palgrave SFF: A New Canon book series and of The Routledge Companion to Gender and SF.
Time and Agency: Alternate History Fictions
Keren Omry reviews “Sideways in Time: Critical Essays on Alternate History Fiction.”...